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Karle Pyaar Karle Movie Review  

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Karle Pyaar Karle Movie Review
  Movie Review : Karle Pyaar Karle
Rating : 1 / 5
Banner : Shree Krishna International
Cast : Shiv Darshan, Hasleen Kaur, Aham Sharma, Ankit Raaj, Sanjay Sharma, Mahesh Thakur, Karan Anand, Amandeep Kaur, Meneka Aurora and Others
Music : Rayyan-Rashid-Prashant
Cinematographer : Navneet Misser
Producer: Suneel Darshan
Director: Rajesh Pandey
Released Date: January 17, 2014
Karle Pyaar Karle Bollywood Movie Review
A boring tale the story begins with Kabir (shiv) who is a mischievous kid. He also has a rival in the form of Preet (hasleen) but at the age of 8 he does something which puts him nearly at the door of a juvenile home. However, his parents take him away and go to different places before they return to the same place after twelve years. Kabir meets Preet but she keeps him away as she feels it brings them trouble but he is determined that if Preet is with him then things will work. What happens from there forms the rest of the story.
Karle Pyaar Karle Hindi Cinema Review
The director has come up with a routine storyline and while the presentation was alright, the narrative was not that absorbing. The dialogues were okay. The script was average and the screenplay was predictable. The background score was melodious and two songs were worth watching. Cinematography was upto the mark. Editing was not that sharp. Costumes were well designed while the art department was apt. Shiv looks confident but he has to work on expressions in emotional scenes. Hasleen is pretty but acting is blank. Aham Sharma was average, Ankit Raj was apt, Sanjay Sharma was standard, Mahesh Thakur was moderate, Karan Anand was casual. Others didn’t get much scope.
Karle Pyaar Karle Filem Review
Coming up with love stories packed with other masala elements doesn’t make for a good film, it also requires the right kind of feel and emotion to hook the audience. The film takes off on a routine manner and the interval bang was quite expected. The second half gets dragged a bit and there is nothing special to keep the audience engaged into the story. Overall, this is a film which is an amateur attempt focusing on projecting the hero’s skills since his father is the producer. At the box office, it would not do well.

Bharatstudent verdict: Amateur attempt with not much depth, can be ignored
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